** THE FIRE BAN has been lifted as of May 9th , 2024.  Burning Permits are avaiable , however burning of brush piles will NOT be allowed .**



Silver Lake Regional Park

 Located 15 km. NE of Maidstone, Silver Lake Regional Park offers camping, golfing, swimming, ball diamonds and a concession, among the numerous pastimes to enjoy in the parks scenic 260 acres. 


Delfrari-Victoria Park

 Delfrari-Victoria Park is the site of the Maidstone Museum and campground with modern hook-ups and a trout pond, four baseball diamonds and two tennis courts. The summer season provides many activities for visitors and residents of all ages to enjoy.


Chief Poundmaker Historical Site

 The Chief Poundmaker Historical Centre and Teepee Village is located just 65 km West of North Battleford. Poundmaker Indian Reserve has an on-reserve population of 500 and is served by the Chief Poundmaker School, Veteran's Hall and KanatinakStore.

Museum personnel will provide tours of the Northwest Mounted Police battle site, the Sarcee battle site and the Monument to Big Bear. The Cree people have carefully plotted their origins and offer a wealth of information, both oral and documented, on the  historical events of 1840 and 1885 when the Canadian militia attacked Poundmaker's

Poundmaker Band
Box 220 Paynton, Sakatchewan
S0M 2J0
Tel: (306) 398-4971
Fax: (306) 398-2522


Frenchman Butte

 The historic site of Frenchman Butte can be found 5km Northeast of the town bearing the same name. A picnic area and public washrooms are provided. Although, there is no buildings, museum or tour guide, there are the original rifle pits that have been carved out of the hillside. In the spring of 1885, this area became a battlefield. It has since remained undisturbed.


World’s Largest Tomahawk

 Open year-round. A remarkable feat of architectural design, it stands 12m high with a suspended weight of 8000kg.  It is a symbol of unity and friendship among the people of Cut Knife and area.

Limited wheel chair access. Located on the West-side of Cut Knife in Tomahawk Park.

Phone: (306) 398-2363.